Geoff Roes discusses the joy of running in new places while traveling.
The benefits of a lack of a world-championship race or series in trail ultrarunning.
An essay on how running can keep us rooted even if we live a largely indoor lifestyle.
How to use your strengths to your advantage (and minimize your weaknesses) when running an ultramarathon.
Geoff Roes describes a perfect run.
How to diagnose and deal with not wanting to run.
Some thoughts on younger ultrarunners as well as a theory on an ultrarunner’s shelf life.
Is the growth of ultrarunning slowing and, if so, what will be the effect?
Geoff Roes reflects on his return to racing… and how it’s different from regular running.
Geoff Roes gives his take on nutrition.
Geoff Roes shares his gratitude for those who have helped him through his health struggles.
Geoff Roes talks a look back at running in 2013.
Why winter can be the best time of year to enjoy running.
Finding a silver lining to the question “Is running selfish?”
There have been a handful of performances in the past few years (most recognizably Mike Morton’s 24-hour American Record, Sabrina Little’s 24-Hour American Record, and Jon Olsen’s 100-Mile North American Record) that have brought the changing dynamics in ultrarunning very much to the forefront of many conversations. These types of performances would have once been hands […]